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I barely made it through 1/3 of the book. Reading it as an audiobook, I found it very repetitive and monotonous. As I read, and as the author spoke of methods and mental operations, my mind was drawn to two books that I read decades ago:
Addiction and Grace
, both written by medical doctors, both which explain things like habits and their formation in a way that has stayed with me all these years. In contrast, I remember little of what I read in this book, maybe because it was so annoying and kept making me think of what I learned long ago.
Very disappointing. I expected it to be a summary of the book by the same name. It is not. Worse, it is very poorly edited with numerous typographical error’s and whole paragraphs that repeat themselves at random. For an example see the citation to the quote on page 104. The author is listed as “Juan F. Kennedy. “ save your money for something else.